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Lalitha Trishathi Stotram

Or

Sarva Poorthikara stotram

Translated by Along with transliteration By P.R.Ramachander

Though the God Vishnu, Shiva and Brhama (called the Trimuthi) are the most important Gods in Hinduism, there is a very large school of thought which gives primacy to .the Shakthi (literally the strength) which is the female aspect controlling even these gods. The followers of Shakthi cult were called Shakteyas.

Among this group rose a peculiar group of sages who were called Tantrics. They believed in Shakthi only and worshipped her using a strange method which was not usual for example worshipping a virgin, doing yoga sitting on a corpse and so on. They preferred acts rather than words mostly. To them the names of Goddess had some divine meaning, which would give them supernatural powers. They also believed in animal and even human sacrifice. From them rose voluminous religious literature dedicated to Shakthi .In these books sounds were considered extremely important. Chanting each sound was believed to result in different powers or benefits. The most important ancient books that they followed were the Devi Bhagavatam (The story of Devi), Devi Mahatmyam (from Markandeya purana), Lalitha Sahasranama and Lalitha Trishathi.(both from Brhamanda purana) These are contained in the chapter called Lalithopakyanam (The essay on Lalitha). This entire chapter is in the form of conversation between Hayagreeva (an avatara of Vishnu with a horse head) and Agasthya, who is one of the important saptha rishis. Agasthya is also the saint who is supposed to have originated the Tamil language by writing its first book of grammar. He was married to Lopamudra. It is believed she became the holy river Kaveri that made South India fertile. Among the stotras in this chapter are the Lalitha Sahasra namam (the thousand names of Lalitha) and Lalitha Trishathi (the Lalitha three hundred.) Lalitha is the name of the goddess meaning, she who can be easily attained or She who is simplicity personified. Adi Shankara has written a bhashyam (explanatory text to Laltha Sahasra namam.). He also has contributed to Shakteya literature by writing a book called Soundarya Lahari (literally waves of beauty). In the Lalithopakyanam chapter, Hayagreeva teaches Agasthya the famous Lalitha sahasranamam. But Agasthya does not get satisfied because he feels that his teacher has not taught him one another important stotra. Hayagreeva hesitates because that one stotra is extremely secret. Then Lalitha herself appears before Hayagreeva and asks him to teach Agasthya, the most secret of the stotras called Laltha Trishati. She also tells him that this is the Sarva Poorthikara stotra meaning that stotra which completes everything. Then Hayagreeva thanks his disciple for giving him an opportunity of seeing the Goddess Lalitha herself and teaches him The Lalitha Trishathi stotra. This stotra recounts the 300 names of the goddess. Twenty names each start from each of the fifteen letters which form the Pancha dasakshari manthra (the 15 letter manthra). This manthra is Ka- aa-ee-la-hrim Ha sa-ka-ha-la-hrim Sa-ka-la-hrim The first five letters (vaag bhava Koota) given in the first line originate from the Mooladhara (Literally basic support or the support which is the root) which is situated below the vertebral column. This is supposed to house the baser instincts in man. This manthra (entire first line) is supposed to rise from Mooladhara like the fire in time of deluge and touch the anahatham (the basis for food)

The second six letters (Kama raja koota) start from the anahatham with the power and brilliance of billions of sun and touches the Agna chakra(Literally the wheel of command). The last four letters (Shakthi koota) starts from the Agna chakra like the soothing light of billions of moon and touches the Lalata Madhya(The center of the forehead). This series of sounds is supposed to start from the baser instincts (Compared to a coiled serpent sleeping in The Mooladhara) lights one by one the Stomach , the chest and travels through the Sushmna Nadi and blossoms the unopened bud of the Lotus with thousand petals in the brain. Once this is opened the Yogis believed that there is no knowledge in earth and heaven that you did not know. Each line of Panchadasakshari manthra is considered equivalent to one Gayatri. Because of this the chanting of Lalitha Trishathi is supposed to lead to great benefits to the Sadhaka. It is supposed to give him all that is needed.

Dhyanam
Athi madhura chapa hastha aparimitha moda bana sowbhagyam Aruna-athisaya-karuna-abhinava-kula sundharim vande Bow I before Her, Who is the Colour of red, Who is mercy of mercies, Who is epitome of beauty, every minute and second Who holds the bow made of sugarcane, And who has arrows which bring happy prosperity.

Kakara Roopa

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Kalyani Kalyana- guna shalini Kalyana shaila nilaya Kamaniya Kalavathi Kamalakshi Kalmashagni Karunamritha sagara Kadambha kanana vasa

She who is like the alphabet ka-This alphabet ka represents light- This is also the first letter of the Pancha dasakshari manthra She who makes good things to happen She who is personification of good qualities She who resides at the peak of the mountain of good She who is attractive She in whom fine arts reside She who has lotus like eyes She who destroys sin(Kalmasha literally means dirt) She who is the sea of the nectar of mercy She who lives in the forest of Kadamba (a tree of heaven)

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Kadamba kusuma priya Kandharpa vidhya Kandharpa janakapanga veekshana Karpoora veedi kallolitha kakupthada

She who likes the flowers of Kadamba (indicates mind with good thoughts) She who is the holy knowledge worshipped by the God of love. She who created God of love by her sight She who fills all the world by the holy scent of chewing of betel leaf with ingredients like cardamom, nutmeg, mace, camphor, saffron etc She who destroys the bad effects of Kali (communal discord is also called kali) She who has eyes like lotus and Neelotpala flowers which are born in water. Or She who takes care of the universe by her mere vision. She who has a mien which steals the mind She who is the witness for action She who makes one do actions She who gives fruits of actions She who is like the alphabet ea-Ea denotes the absolute truth, the brahma- This is also the second letter of the pancha dasakshari manthra She who is denoted by the holy letter Om She who is personification of each alphabet as well as all alphabets She who cannot be indicated as this or that She who is personification of ultimate happiness and knowledge She who is not indicated as this by scriptures or she who is not described by scriptures She who is being worshipped by those with one minded devotion She who can only be meditated upon by fully concentrated attention (thought) She who is supported by those without attachment (desire) She who has hairs with the sweet smell of cardamom She who destroys bundles of sin She who enjoys all pleasures herself She who is the essence of only love She who gives the real and only asset ( the asset of salvation) She who gives you the power of the emperor of the world

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Kali dosha hara Kanja lochana

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Kamra vigraha Karmadhi sakshini Karayathree Karma phala pradha Eakara Roopa

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Eaka ksharya Eka aneka akshra krithi Ethath-thathithya nirdesya Ekananda -chidakrithi Evamithyaagama bodhya Eka bhakthi madarchida Ekagra chitha nirdyatha Eshana rahi dathrudha Ela sugandhi chikura Ena kooda vinasini Eka bhoga Eka rasa Ekaiswarya pradayini Ekatha pathra samrajya pradha

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Ekanda poojitha Edhamana prabha Ejadeneka jagadeeswari Eka veeradhi samsevya Eka prabhava salinya Eekara Roopa

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Eesithri Eepsithartha-pradayini Eedrigithya vi nirdesya

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Eeswaratwa vidhayini Eesanadhi brahma mayi Eesithwadh ashta Siddhidha Eekshithri Eekshana srushtanda kotya Eeswara vallabha Eeditha Eeswarardhanga sareera Eesaadhi devatha Eeswara prerana kari Eesa thandava sakshini Eeswaroth sanga nilaya Eedhi badhaa vinasini Eeha virahitha Eesha shakthi Eeshath smithanana Lakara roopa

She who can be worshipped in absolute solitude She who has the foremost luster She who is the goddess of all the moving world She who is being worshipped by valorous warriors first She who has unmatchable riches She who is like the alphabet ee-ee denotes Shakthi , that which makes us all move-This is also the third letter of Pancha dasakshari manthra She who eggs you do everything or She who is the motive force She who gives that which is asked She who cannot be indicated or limited by word like this- she who cannot be described by words She who gives you the feeling of God- she who makes you feel god like She who is in the form of five gods viz brahma, Vishnu Rudra, Eesa, and Sadashiva She who gives the eight super natural powers She who exists because of her will or she who is the witness She who creates billions of beings by her will She who is the consort of Eeswara ( God) She who is praised in the holy books like Vedas, puranas etc She who is half the body of Eeswara She who is the Goddess to the God(Eeswara) She who make suggestions to the God (Eeswara) She who is the witness to the cosmic dance of God(Eeswara) She who sits on the lap of the God(Eeswara) She who destroys unexpected calamities She who does not have desire to attain the unattainable She who is the power within of God(Eeswara) She who has a smiling face She who is the form of alphabet la- la denotes the wave which initiates wisdom-This is the fourth letter of pancha dasaakshari manthra

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Lalitha

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Lakshmi Vani nishevitha

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Laakhini Lalana roopa Lasadh dharadima patala Lalanthika lasadh bala Lalada nayanarchidha

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Lakshanojwala divyangi Laksha kodyanda nayika Lakshyartha Lakshanagamya Labdhakama Lathathanu Lalamara jadhalika Lambi muktha lathanchitha Lambodhara prasa Labhya Lajjadya Laya varjidha Hreemgara Roopa Hreemgara nilaya Hreem pada priya Hreem kara beejha Hreem kara manthra Hreem kara lakshana

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Hreemkara japa supreetha Hreemathi

She who is simplicity personified Or She who is like the mother who makes children happy by play acting She who is served by Lakshmi the goddess of wealth and Sarawathi , the goddess of knowledge She who is easily approachable She who can be seen as goddess in all women She who is the colour of opened pomegranate flower She who has a shining forehead with the beautiful thilaka (dot) She who is worshipped by Rudra who has an eye in the forehead or She who is worshipped by those yogis with insight She who shines with all perfections She who is the lord of billions of universes She who is the inner meaning of the aims She who cannot be understood by explanations She whose desires have been fulfilled She who has a soft body of a climbing plant (tendril) She who has a thilaka made of musk in the forehead She who beautifies herself with long pearl chains She who is the mother of Lord Ganapthi She who can be attained She who has the wealth of shyness or She who hides shyly from non-devotees She who never dies during ultimate deluge She who is of the form of word hreem- the fifth letter of panchadasakshari manthra She who resides in Hreem She who likes the manthra hreem She who is hidden in the manthra hreem She who has hreem as manthra (word of incitation) She who has hreem as property,- (Ha denotes Shiva, Ra denotes Goddess and EE denotes Vishnu, thus hreem indicates creation, organization and destruction) She who is pleased by recitation of Hreem She who has within her hreem

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Hreemvibhushana Hreem shila

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She who has hreem as ornament She who has all the good qualities of hreem(Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva) Hreem padaradhya She who can be worshipped by the word hreem Hreem garbha She who has within her hreem (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva) Hreem padhabidha She who takes the name of hreem Hreemkara vachya She who is the meaning of hreem Hreemkara poojya She who is being worshipped by hreem Hreem kara peediga She who is the basis of hreem Hreemkara vedhya She who can be realized by hreem Hreemkara chinthya She who can be meditated through hreem Hreem She who gives salvation Hreem sareerini She who has her body as hreem Hakara roopa She who is of the form of alphabet ha- this letter indicates the valour which kills enemiesthis is the sixth letter of panchadasakshari manthra Hala drith poojitha She who is worshipped by him who has the plough( could be Lord Balarama or the farmer) Harinekshana She who has eyes similar to the deer Harapriya She who is the darling of Lord Shiva Hararadhya She who is being worshipped by Lord Shiva Haribrahmendra vandhitha She who is worshipped by Vishnu, Brahma and Indra Haya roodaa sevithangri She who is worshiped by the horse mounted cavalry Hayamedha samarchidha She who is worshipped during Aswa medha yaga(horse sacrifice) Haryaksha vahana She who rides the lion (Durga) Hamsa vahana She who rides the swan (Saraswathi) Hatha dhanava She who kills asuras Hathyadi papa samani She who reduces the effect of sins like murder Harid aswadhi sewitha She who is worshipped by he who rides the green horse(Indra) Hasthi kumbhothunga kucha She who has breasts as high as the forehead of the elephant Hasthi krithi priyangana She who is the darling of he who wears elephant skin (Shiva) Haridhra kumkuma digdha She whose body is covered with turmeric powder and kumkum (saffron) Haryaswadhya amara She who is worshiped by Indra (he who rides archidha on green horse ) and other devas

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Harikesa sakhi Hadhi vidhya

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Halaa madhalasa Sakara roopa

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Sar vagna Sarvesi Sarva mangala Sarva karthri Sarva bharthri Sarva hanthri Sanathana Sarva navadhya Sarvanga sundari Sarva sakshini Sarvathmika Sarva sowkhya dhatri Sarva vimohini Sarvadhara Sarva gatha Sarva avaguna varjitha Sarvaruna Sarva maatha Sarva bhooshana bhooshitha

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Kakara artha

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Kala hanthri

She who is the friend of Paramasiva(who has hair of golden green) She who is the personification of Hadhi vidhya named as Lopa mudhra (ha-sa-ka-lahrim ha-sa-ka-ha-la-hrim sa-ka-la-hrim) She who is drunk with wine which was created from the ocean of milk She who is of the form of alphabet sa which denotes material wealth and pleasuresThis is also the sixth letter of Panchadasakshari manthra She who knows everything She who rules over everything She who gives all good things or She who is all good things personified She who is the doer of all actions She who takes care of everything She who destroys everything She who does not have any beginning or She who is eternal She who does not have any blemish(she who is always new) She whose every organ of the body is beautiful She who is the witness of everything She who is the soul of every thing She who gives all pleasures (actually good aspects of life) She who bewitches everything She who is the basis of everything She who is everywhere or She who goes everywhere She who has deleted all bad qualities from her She who is reddish or She who is the dawn of everything She who is the mother of everybody (She who is the end of reasoning in all) She who is made up with all ornaments ( since she is you yourself , she wears all your ornaments) She whose meaning is the alphabet ka-This alphabet ka represents light- This is also the eighth letter of the Pancha dasaksshari manthra She who is destroyer of (beyond) time or She who destroys God of death

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Kameshi Kamithartha da Kama sanjivini Kalya Kadina sthana mandala Kara bhoru Kala nadha mukhya Kacha jitambudha Kadakshyandhi-karuna Kapali-prana-nayiga Karunya vigraha Kantha Kanthi dhootha japavali Kalalapa Kambhu kanti Kara nirjitha pallava Kalpa valli sama bhuja Kasthuri thilakanchitha Hakarartha

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Hamsa gathi Haataka abharnojjwala Haara Haari kucha bhoga Hakini Halya varjitha Harithpathi samaradhya

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Hatahthkara hathasura Harsha pradha Havirbhokthri Hardha santhama sapaha Halleesa lasya santhushta Hamsa manthrartha roopini

She who rules over desires She who fulfills all desires She who brought the God of love (kama0 to life She who is an expert in fine arts or She who is fit for being meditating upon She who has firm breasts She who has thighs like the elephants trunk She who has face like a full moon She who has hair which resembles the dark cloud She who has a merciful sight (slant sight) She who is the wife of Lord Shiva She who is total personification of mercy She who is the stealer of minds She who has a luster greater than flowers She whose talk is in crescents She who has a neck like conch She whose hands softer than tender leaf buds She who has arms as beautiful as the kalpaga creeper She who wears thilaka with musk (dot in the forehead) She whose meaning is the alphabet ha-This alphabet ka represents money, valour etcThis is also the ninth letter of the Pancha dasakshari manthra She whose gait is like a swan Or She who is attainable only by realized souls She who shines wearing gold ornaments She who has a breast decorated by ornaments or She whose breasts attract Shiva She who cuts the bondages She who keeps away bad thoughts She who is being worshipped by those eight gods who guard the different directions(dig balakas) She who killed asuras quickly by her valour She who gives happiness She who partakes the offering given to devas in fire She who removes darkness from the mind She who is pleased with dance (with two sticks?) of girls She who understands the inner meaning of

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Hanopadhana nirmuktha Harshini Hari sodhari Haha Hoohoo Mukha sthutya Hani vriddhi vivarjitha Hayyangavina hridhaya Harikoparunam shuka Lakarakhya

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Latha poojya Laya sthith udbaveswari Lasya darshana santhushta Labha labha vivarjitha Langye tharagna Lavanya shalini Laghu siddhita Laksha rasa savarnabha Lakshmanagraja poojitha Labhyethara Labdha bhakthi sulabha Langalayudha Lagna-chamara-hastha-srisaradha-parivijitha Lajjapada samaradhya Lampata Lakuleshwari Labdha-maana Labdha -rasa

hamsa manthra (the manthra relating to breath control) She who has got beyond wants She who blesses one with happiness She who is the sister Lord Vishnu She who is being praised by Gandharvas called Haahaa and Hoohoo She who has got beyond growth and death She who has a heart like butter She who is of red colour She whose meaning is the alphabet la-- This is the tenth letter of the Pancha dasakshari manthra She who is being worshipped by chaste women She who is the supreme Goddess now and during the deluge She who becomes pleased by seeing womens dance She who is beyond botheration in receipt and loss She who does not obey others orders or She who gives orders which cannot be disobeyed She who is of unmatched beauty and grace She who gives supernatural powers easily She who shines in the colour of the juice of sealing wax She who was worshipped by Lord Rama (elder brother of Lakshmana) She who is different from results of action She who can be attained by devotion (bhakthi) She who has a plough as a weapon (In her form of Adisesha) She who is served by Lakshmi and Sarawathi (actually fanned by them using chamara) She who is most fit to be worshipped by those who shy of (shun) this world She who has hidden herself from the earthly principles She in whom the communities in the world merge She who is praised by all She who has attained the ultimate happiness

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Labdha sampath samunnadhi Hringarini

She who has attained (got) the apex of riches She who is the personification of the letter Hrim-This is the eleventh letter of Panchadasakshari mantra She who is the origin of the matharakshara of Hrim and Om She who is in the midst of Hrim or She who is the reason of existence of the middle life of the earth She who wears hrim in her head She who is the flame of the fire place (homa kundam) called hrim She who is the nectar like rays of the light of the moon called hrim She who is the hurting and powerful rays of the sun called hrim She who is the ray of lightning of the black clouds called Hrim She who is the germinating tendril of the tuber called Hrim She who completely relies on hrim She who is the she swan playing in the canal called hrim She who is the peahen playing in the garden of hrim She who is the doe (female deer) playing in the forest of hrim She who is the ornamental climber in the flower bed of hrim She who is the green parrot in the cage called hrim She who is the light kept in the courtyard called hrim She who is the lioness living in the cave called hrim She who is the she-insect playing in the lotus flower called hrim She who is the honey in the flower called hrim She who is the flower bunch in the tree called hrim She who is of the form of alphabet sa-the twelfth letter of the pancha dasakshari manthra She who is uniformly spread all over the

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Hrinkaradhi Hrim Madhya

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Hrim Shikhamani Hrim kara kundagni shikha Hrim kara sasi chandrika Hrimkara Bhaskara ruchi Hrimkarambodha chanchala Hrimkara kandham kurika Hrimkaraiga parayana Hrim kara deergiga hamsi Hrimkarodhyana kekini Hrimkararanya harini Hrimkaravaala Vallari Hrim kara panchara sukhi Hrimkarangana deepika Hrimkara kandhara simhi Hrimkarambhoja bringika Hrimkara sumano maadhvi Hrimkara tharu manjari Sakarakhya

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Samarasa

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Sakalagama samsthitha Sarva vedantha thatparya bhoomi Sad asada asraya Sakhala Satchidananda Saadhya Sadgathi Dhayini Sanakathi muni dhyeya Sada shiva Kudumbini Sakaladhishtana roopa Sathya roopa Samaa krithi Sarva prapancha nirmathri Samanadhika varjitha Sarvothunga Sanga hina Saguna Sakaleshtada Kakarini

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Kavya lola Kameshwara manohara Kameswara prana nadi Kamesoth sanga vasini Kameshawara alingathangi Kameshwara sukha pradha Kameshwara pranayini Kameshwara vilasini Kameshwara thapa siddhi

universe (like the salt in water) She who is being praised by all holy books She who is the place where the ultimate meaning of Vedantha ( the philosophical books of Veda) are found She who is the place where the formless and those with form lives She who has all the rays (She who is complete) She who is the ultimate true happiness She who is reachable She who gives salvation She who is being meditated upon by sages like Sanaka She who is the wife of Sada Shiva She who is the common point of worship of all different methods of worship She who is personification of truth She who treats everybody equally She who has made all the universe She who is incomparable She who is the greatest among all She who does not have attachments She who has all the good qualities She who gives all that is desired She who sounds like the alphabet ka- -it is also the thirteenth letter of the panchadasakshari manthra She who is mentioned in epics in the form of supreme happiness She who steals the mind of The god of Kama (The god of love )-i.e. Shiva She who is the ultimate indicator of the soul of The god of Kama(the god of love) She who sits on the left lap of The god of Kama(the god of love) She who is being embraced by the god of Kama(the god of love) She who gives pleasure to The god of Kama(the god of love) She who is the sweet heart of The god of Kama(the god of love) She who makes devotees understand The god of Kama(the god of love) She who is the result of penance done by The god of Kama(the god of love)

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Kameshwara mana priya Kameshwara prana nadha Kameshwara vimohini Kameshwara brahma vidhya

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Kameshwara graheswari

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Kameshwara ahladhakaree Kameshwara maheswari Kameshwari Kama koti nilaya Kamakshitharthada Lakarini

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Labdha roopa Labhdha di Labhdha vanchitha Labhdha papa mano dhoora Labhdha ahankara dhurghama Labhdha shakthi Labhdha deha Labdha iswarya samunnathi Labhdha vriddhi Labhdha leela Labhdha yowana shalini Labhdahika sarvanga soundarya Labhdha vibrama Labhdha raga Labhdha pathi Labhdha nanagama sthithi Labhdha bhoga

She who is most dear to the mind of The god of Kama(the god of love) She who is the ruler of the mind of The god of Kama(the god of love) She who steals the mind of the god of Kama(the god of love) She who is the ultimate science of reaching the truth as made known by the god of Kama(the god of love) She who is the lord of the house of The god of Kama(The god of love) i.e. the goddess of the entire universe She who makes The god of Kama (the god of love) supremely happy She who is the supreme goddess of the god of Kama(the god of love) She who is being worshipped by the god of love(Kama) She who presides over the Kama koti peeta in Kanchipuram (literally seat of billions of love) She who fulfills the desires of devotees She who sounds like the alphabet la- -it is also the fourteenth letter of the panchadasakshari manthra She who has taken the form to fulfill the desires of devotees She who can be got known by wisdom She who fulfills all that one wants She who is far away from the reach of sinners She whom the egoists will find difficult to reach She who gets all powers by her will She who gets a body if she wills She who can get all the wealth by her will She who has reached the infinite She who can become playful by her will She who is ever young by her will She who is the supreme beauty by her will She who enacts the play of maintaining the world She who has desires She who has Shiva as her husband She who leads to existence of scriptures She who enjoys fulfillment of her will

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Labhdha sukha Labhdha harshabhi pooritha Hrimkara moorthi

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Hrim kara soudha shringa kaphodhiga Hrim kara dughabdhi sudha Hrimkara kamalendhira Hrimkara mani deeparchi Hrimkara tharu sharika Hrimkara petaka mani Hrimkaradarsha bimbhidha Hrinkara kosasilatha Hrimkara sthana narthaki Hrimkara shukthika mukthamani Hrimkara bodhitha Hrimkaramaya sowarna stambha vidhruma puthrika Hrimkara vedhoupanishad Hrimkara dwara dakshina Hrimkara nandhanarama nava kalpaga vallari Hrimkara himavath ganga Hrimkararnava kousthubha Hrimkara manthra sarwaswa Hrimkarapara sowkhyadha

She who enjoys comforts She who gets fulfilled by the supreme happiness that she desires She who is the personification of the sound hrim- the fifteenth and last letter of the panchadasakshari manthra She who is the dove who lives in the top of the palace called hrim She who is the butter (nectar) churned from the ocean of milk called hrim She who is Goddess Lakshmi sitting on the lotus called hrim She who is the light of the ornamental lamp called hrim She who is the lady bird sitting on the tree called hrim She who is the pearl locked in the box called hrim She who is the image reflected in the mirror called hrim She who is the shining sword in the packet called hrim She who is the dancer in the stage called hrim She who is the pearl found in the oyster shell called hrim She who is being taught by the sound hrim She who is the coral statue on the shining pillars called hrim She who is the upanishad placed in the top of Veda called hrim She who is the money gifted in the gate called hrim She who is the new divine climber present in the garden called hrim She who is the river Ganga in the himalaya mountain called hrim She who is the precious gem given birth by the ocean called hrim She who is the total wealth churned out of the manthra hrim She who gives all pleasures to those who chant hrim

Phala Sruthi

After teaching him the Lalitha Trishathi stotra sage Hayagreeva told Agasthya that out of the 15 letters of Panchadasakshari Manthra the letters Ka(thrice repeated) and Ha(twice repeated ) are the letters indicating Shiva ., Hrim (thrice repeated) is a letter indicating Shiva and Shakthi as well as the Trimurthis and the rest of the seven letters are the letters indicating Shakthi. Then Hayagreeva explains to Agasthya the formation of Srichakra. He also tells him that:1.Just by one repetition of the Lalitha Trishathi stotra , the mind becomes full of contentment and peace. 2.All that can be attained by Thantra can be attained by chanting of this great stotra 3.Without any desire ,if a devotee chants these, the Goddess would judge what he wants and give him all those. 4.People without devotion and honesty should never chant this because then negative effects will result.